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Wed
12
Mar

OUTFIELD ACTION

Andrea Arce made the play in the outfield in last Tuesday’s home game against Lubbock. Littlefield fell to the Lady Titans 18-8. The Lady Cats begin district play this Saturday at home against Floydada.

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Wed
05
Mar

Wildcat golf teams compete in first meet

By JAMIE McNABB
 
Wednesday, Feb. 26th, JV and Varsity Wildcats traveled to Olton to take part in their first golf competition of the season. Coach Duncan said it was a very cold day and tough to get going, but the boys still did well. Teams the Cats battled against came from Tulia, Sudan, Farwell, Dimmitt, Lazbuddie, Friona and Olton.
 
Wed
05
Mar

JV baseball team face tough opponents

By JAMIE McNABB
 
The caliber of teams the Wildcat JV baseball team faced last week in the Bushland baseball tournament was definitely a cut above average. However, the Wildcats never backed down. Their first game was against the hometown Bushland Falcons.
 
Wed
05
Mar

Wildcats capture win in baseball tournament

By JAMIE McNABB
 
Last weekend, the Wildcats hosted a three-day baseball tournament on their home field. Having all of his player back from their basketball season, Coach McNeese had his roster full and was ready to play. The Wildcats met Trinity Christian of Lubbock in the first round.
 
Sun
02
Mar

Wildcat season ends Tuesday in Regional Quarterfinals

Littlefield saw their season come to end Tuesday night in the Class 2A Regional Quarterfinal at the Rip Griffin Center with a 77-67 loss to Brownfield. Despite a game high 26 points from Abrahm Lucero, Littlefield couldn’t grab the win. It also didn’t help that Devonte Mathis was on the bench for most of the first half in foul trouble.
 
Sun
02
Mar

Sudan Hornets, Nettes end seasons with loses

By CHERI SAIN
 
The Sudan Hornets and Nettes ended their seasons at the Rip Griffin Center on the Lubbock Christian University campus in a double header. The Hornets faced Tahoka in their bi-district game, and lost the contest with a score of 34-53. The Nettes played Sundown and lost their game with a score of 48-62.
 
Wed
26
Feb

Littlefield baseball team loses double-header

Jared Parker catches a pitch during Littlefield’s double-header versus Childress. The Wildcats lost both games to fall to 0-3 on the season.

By FORREST GRIMES.
 
The Littlefield Wildcats’ baseball team faced Childress in a double-header, on Saturday. The Wildcats lost both games and fell to 0-3 on the season. In the first inning of the first game, Childress had runners of third and second bases with no outs. Littlefield got out of the jam by throwing out runners at home plate and third base. The Wildcats ended the top of the first inning without giving up runs. The Wildcats went quietly in the first inning, striking out three times. Childress was unable to score in the top of the second inning.
 
Wed
26
Feb

Littlefield stuns #14 Childress

The Littlefield Wildcats won the area championship, defeating Childress, 55-53. Pictured with the area trophy are: (Back row, from left to right) Dakota Gage, Abrahm Lucero, Bryson Calaway, and Ty Smith. (Front row, from left to right) Dorito Jackson, Jeremy Williams, Jonah Kirby, Mark Reed, De’Vonte Mathis, Da’Madrick Moore, and Aaron Cabello.

By FORREST GRIMES.
 
The Littlefield Wildcats defeated Childress, the 14th ranked team in 2A, Friday night, to win the Area Championship. Dakota Gage scored the first points of the game to give Littlefield a 2-0 lead, but Childress quickly responded with a three-pointer. Mark Reed made a bucket and free throw, then Da’Madrick Moore made a jumper to give before Lucero scored to cut the deficit to two. Dorito Jackson and Mathis both scored, but Childress led 24-22, at halftime.
 
Sun
23
Feb

Fillies lose heart-breaker to Slaton

Skylar Carter defends against a Slaton player during Olton’s 49-48 loss to the Tigerettes. Carter scored eight points in the game, and the Fillies finished the season with a 24-9 record.

By FORREST GRIMES.
 
The Olton Fillies’ season came to an end, Tuesday night, as they fell to Slaton in the third round of the playoffs. Slaton opened the game with a three, but Alexa Sandoval responded with a bucket to make the score 3-2. Slaton went on a 12-0 run, to take a 15-2 lead. Dusti Martin made a shot and free throw to pull Olton back within 10. After four more points from Slaton, Carter sank a three, and Slaton led, 19-8, at the end of the first quarter.
 
Wed
19
Feb

Lady Cats take third in Littlefield Tournament

Caitlin Villareal looks to pass the ball during Littlefield’s second-round loss to Idalou. The Lady Cats ended the season with a 22-9 record.

By FORREST GRIMES.
 
The Littlefield softball team took third place in the Littlefield Tournament, last week. After beating Hale Center in their first game, the Lady Cats took on Idalou. In the first inning, Idalou was able to get runners on third and second base, but Littlefield got out of the inning unscathed. After Idalou struck out the leadoff batter, Nikki Lopez hit a double, then advanced to third base on an error.
 

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